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Notice to Visitors to the Tokyo Bunka Kaikan (Infection Prevention Measures)

2023 Dec.06 (Wed)

All visitors are asked to read the “Notes for Visitors” before visiting the Tokyo Bunka Kaikan.
We will also take the following infection prevention measures to ensure that all visitors feel comfortable enough to come to our venue.

Notes for Visitors:
⁃ We ask you not to visit our venue when you have a fever or do not feel well.
⁃ We recommend cough etiquette, hand disinfection, and hand washing while inside our venue.
⁃ Please be considerate of others around you by wearing masks or taking such measures when you talk loudly in the building, including sending cheers and bravos at a performance.

Our Infection Prevention Measures:
⁃ All performers and staff members are required to take basic infection prevention measures, such as daily physical conditioning, hand disinfection, and hand washing; and to refrain from coming to work in case of fever or illness.
⁃ We provide hand sanitizers at the entrance, foyers, and other areas.
⁃ We operate proper cleaning and ventilation of the building.
⁃ Masks may be worn in some situations such as serving visitors at reception desks and other areas, as necessary.
⁃ PPE items such as acrylic sneeze guards may be placed at information, reception, and ticket counters as necessary.
⁃ Tables, chairs, sofas, trash cans, and other equipment may be removed as necessary.

Please note that the above information is subject to change according to the policies and instructions of the national government and the Tokyo Metropolitan Government.
The “Tokyo Bunka Kaikan COVID-19 Precautionary Guidelines” have been discontinued as of Sunday, May 7, 2023. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.